Definition of Title page

1. Noun. A page of a book displaying the title and author and publisher.

Generic synonyms: Page



Definition of Title page

1. Noun. the page, near the front of a book, that gives its title and, normally, its author and publisher ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Title Page

titivating
titivation
titivations
titlark
titlarks
title
title-holder
title case
title character
title characters
title deed
title deeds
title defect
title defects
title of respect
title page (current term)
title pages
title policy
title role
title track
titled
titleholder
titleholders
titleless
titler
titlers
titles
titless
titling
titlings

Literary usage of Title page

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. English Literature: An Illustrated Record by Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse (1904)
"Title-page of Constable's " Diana " Robert Southwell . ... Title-page of Kyd's " Spanish Tragedy " Title-page of Peele's "Arraignment of Paris," 1584 . ..."

2. American Book Prices Current (1921)
"Lev. mor., ge, by Riviere (fourth title-page and 5 line address of the printer), ... (sixth title-page, "Argument, Verse and Errata;" without " Printer's ..."

3. The BookmanPopular culture Periodicals (1899)
"320 Ethel Reed's First Poster 543 Ebers, George 15 Fac-simile of Title-page of "Twice Told Tales" 40 Fac-simile of Title-page of "Legends of New Fac-simile ..."

4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature by New York (State). Supreme Court (1846)
"... New-York," for themselves and DAVID BANKS as proprietors of the book, the title of which is specified in the title page immediately preceding this page. ..."

5. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1896)
"In some cases where the first title-page gives the title of the series to ... Hardly less reprehensible is the addition of a new title-page bearing the ..."

6. Catalog Rules: Author and Title Entries by James Christian Meinich Hanson, American Library Association, Library Association (1908)
"When more than two places and publishers are named on the title-page, ... Or if the title-page reads Buffalo, Chicago, New York, Charles Wells ..."

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